Seagulls as pretty as they are, can damage your property and spread diseases. Commonly known as gulls, they are part of the North American bird species. Their increase in population is a result of their high adaptability to human behavior.
The birds have gray or black markings on their body, with large wings and webbed feet. Most people find gulls frustrating, especially when they decide to relocate to your property. Call us at (650) 309-1841 to schedule your inspection today.
In residential areas, you can find the birds in garbage trying to get food. You can easily spot them resting on boat masts. The fact that these birds can survive in places with human activity makes it hard to control seagull movement without professional assistance.
One interesting thing to note is that unlike other pests, gulls rarely enter homes or any building. You will see them on rooftops, boardwalks or parking space. Just because they prefer the outdoors does not make them harmless.
Being on the chimney or rooftops gives them access to drainage pipes and air filters. They can destroy your piping system or any equipment you have installed within their nesting area.
How do I prevent gulls from damaging my property? The best solution is to hire the services of a bird removal company. By having professionals deal with your gull problem, you can prevent additional damage to your property.
If you are in San Mateo, you can contact us for seagull removal and control. Our services include a home inspection, attic cleanup and recommendation on the best solution.
Instead of getting repair services from another provider, our technicians are equipped to handle property restoration. We are confident in the services we provide for all our clients.
Our experience in bird control is part of the reason behind our success. We offer you affordable services with the guarantee that we will solve your problem.
You might be tempted to handle the situation on your own. What is the harm? They are just birds. Correction, they are aggressive scavengers when searching for food. In addition, their droppings pose a health risk.
Do not waste your time devising scare tactics. You can end up spending a lot time doing so, some money, and some frustration. To save you the trouble, get in touch with us at (650) 309-1841.